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Attorney Stephanie Brennan of Boulder, CO; greedy loser


The state of Louisiana presented Stephanie L. Brennan with a law license in 2001 after she graduated from the University of Wyoming Law School.


In one matter, it is alleged that Steph represented a client in an estate matter involving the death of a woman’s husband. The alleged unethical conduct engaged in by Steph during her so-called representation of the woman goes like this.

  • Steph advised the client cut off communication with family members
  • Steph spent time communicating with family members regarding the estate despite the fact that he client was the sole beneficiary of the estate, meaning said communications were totally irrelevant to the estate matter
  • The client repeatedly requested that Steph provide her with a billing statement, but she refused to do so until she was terminated
  • Apparently, Steph’s charges were so exorbitant and outrageous that Charles L. Sisk, the firm’s supervising attorney reduced her claimed fees

The victim of Steph’s conduct states that she was basically put through hell because of Steph’s billing dozens of hours for meeting with and engaging in telephone communications with various family members and friends even though none of those people had a legal interest in the estate matter.


Hopefully, the victim of Steph’s conduct will be able to overcome the angst and despair that was visited upon her during a time when she was grieving for the death of her husband.


It takes a special kind of person to knowingly take advantage of someone who is experiencing extreme grief and anxiety as a direct consequence of the death of one’s spouse. Apparently, greed has no limits on one's willingness to inflict anguish on another person. 


As we speak (ca. June 2018) Stephanie practices with Hurth, Sisk and Blakemore at 4860 Riverbend Road in Boulder, Colorado.


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